edie feature articles on this day... for September 2003, 2002, 1999, 1994

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in September 2003, 2002, 1999, 1994

September 2003

The crowning glory

What does the Crown Sludge Disintegration System have to offer?

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A den of advice and ingenuity

Information on waste issues and environmental legislation used to be just a phone call away, with Waste Watch's Wasteline telephone service. Now information is at your fingertips as well. The internet is a vital resource for many businesses and Waste Watch's new website, Waste Online, is already pro

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Keep it clean

Ever wondered what happens to industrial wastewater after it goes down the drains? EBM looks at one sewage company's approach to effluent treatment

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· It's a liability

· The winner takes it all?

· Carbon cuts make top of the league

· Sterilising and sorting municipal waste

· Scenting change in odour control

· Under pressure

· Climate change – a major business opportunity

September 2002

Municipal waste survey reveals slow progress on road to meeting Government’s recycling targets

The full report on the 2000/2001 Municipal Waste Management Survey for England shows that there has been minimal progress towards meetings the national strategy goals for waste minimisation and recycling, with a standstill on progress on landfill over the latest reported year despite major investmen

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More rapid response to climatic changes

Wireless communication is making great advances in environmental monitoring. Programming and reading data from a distance and by subsequent measurements arranged long distance are one of the many possibilities offered by e-SENSE from Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment.

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Don’t get caught out: tricks to survive the UK emissions trading marketDon’t get caught out: tricks to survive the UK emissions trading market

Much like the Stock Exchange, the new UK Emissions Trading scheme (ETS) is not merely a matter of buying and selling, you have to pick your moment, and ensure that you have the correct strategy. Emissions trading analyst Tim Atkinson of Natsource-Tullett explains how to avoid the expensive m

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· Low pressure ultrafiltration needs fine tuning

· NSCA reports study impact of recycling and waste emissions

· Achieving the perfect mix

· Scrubbing out odour nuisance

· The Water Framework Directive: why is there so much uncertainty?

· The real value within

· Setting the standard: OMA and MCerts

September 1999

Picking up the market

Europe's first electronic trading facility for Packaging Recovery Notes (PRNs) and recyclable commodities, The Environment Exchange, has been on-line for more than nine months. What are the options for the future? IEM talks to the Exchange's founder and managing director, Angus Macpherson.

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Easy data day management

Phil Ely and Asger Eriksen of Monitor-Pro offer some tips on keeping track of your environmental monitoring data.

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Improved efficiency requires cultural change

For Britain to achieve significant improvements in water efficiency, there must be a cultural shift to accept the importance of saving water, not only at a corporate level, but also on behalf of the individual. RAJ Arthur reports.

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· Where the air is clear

· Lessons in keeping a low wastewater profile

· Upgrade for largest lagoon system in US

· Confronting consumer fears over water quality

· Up close and personal

· High-tech emission control

· Millennium-friendly bug

September 1994